Urban Decay Supercurl Curling Mascara ($20) A sculpting, curling, long-wearing mascara. In addition to holding curl all day, this mascara boasts incredible conditioning ingredients in its formula. Packed with glycoprotein for lash thickening, Moringa seeds to help with curl definition, and Meadowfoam seed oil and Shea Butter for moisturizing and smoothing, lashes get an extra nourishing boost with just one swipe.
Urban Decay’s Supercurl Curling Mascara is a very wet mascara. I’m not a big fan of it. The mascara didn’t curl my lashes like the name claimed it would do. Instead, it uncurled my curl. I’m guessing since it’s such a wet formula, it weighed down the lashes. Even with a curved mascara wand, my lashes still didn’t curl. However, it did lengthen my lashes. But still, length isn’t a good enough reason to like it if it doesn’t hold a curl like it’s suppose to. I have a feeling if your lashes are naturally curled, the mascara will work for you. It’s people with lashes that don’t curl naturally that are not going to like the mascara.
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Urban Decay Skyscraper Multi-Benefit Mascara ($22) Reach new heights with our drastically improved, six-in-one Skyscraper Mascara. Our innovative formula will lengthen, strengthen, separate, curl, brighten and thicken your lashes without even a hint of clumping or flaking. The state-of-the-art, new generation brush features a flexible shaft and multiple rows of tapered bristles to comb through lashes from root to tip. Skyscraper gives you that “come hither” look that gets ‘em every time
And don’t even think about sacrificing the well being of your delicate lashes to a harsh product. Not a chance! The multi-benefit formula actually nourishes lashes. Luxe ingredients like Panthenol and vegetal ceramids condition and strengthen. Silk protein protects, and Vitamins C and E serve as powerful antioxidants. Filming agents even encourage a gentle curling. Lashes are long, strong, and feather-soft
The velvety soft-touch tube might be the sexiest of all: jet black and wrapped in a hand-drawn, purple foil design, you’ll love to pull this beauty out of your makeup bag.
I heard lot of great ravings about this mascara so I gave it a try. I honestly don’t think this mascara is worth $22. I felt it didn’t do much for my pin-straight Asian lashes. I had to apply multiple coats (multiple meaning at least 3 coats) to notice any lenghtening. I’m lazy. I like quick and easy. I was hoping for dramatic “skycraper” lashes, but I didn’t get them. It’s not a bad mascara. Urban Decay Skyscrapr mascara can hold a curl. It doesn’t clump, smudge, or flake. I just don’t feel the $22 price tag is reasonable.
Urban Decay Big Fatty Mascara ($20) It’s big, it’s fat…it should be illegal. Big Fatty Mascara creates the fullest, fattest lashes imaginable. Infused with hemp oil to moisturize & keep lashes soft, this thickening mascara takes lashes to a new realm where fantasy & reality collide. The creamy formula thickens, lengthens & glosses lashes. Simply apply one coat of Big Fatty & let dry completely for doe-eyed, look-at-me lashes. For added oomph, apply a second coat. The result? Lashes so luscious, they’ll look like falsies. Packaged in a funky Pucci-inspired component, Big Fatty features a giant, fuzzy brush that separates & coats lashes without clumping. Try it once & you’ll be addicted.
What attracted me to the Big Fatty Mascara was the funky, retro packaging. Boy, am I glad that caught my eye because this mascara is really good. It made my lashes thicker and so soft without clumping or smudging. One coat gives your lashes some oomph. A couple of coats will make your lashes go pow! I was afraid the big, fat brush would make it too difficult to coat all of mylashes, but I experienced no problems at all. To tell you the truth, this mascara performed just as well as Maybelline The Colossal Volum’ Express Mascara minus the funky smell Maybelline The Colossal Volum’ had. Because I am about to finish off the Maybelline mascara, Big Fatty Mascara will be a perfect replacement.